British newspaper The Times published an article by its correspondent in Cairo “Bill Tru” Which dealt with what it called the dramatic return the sign of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
Tru said in her article on Friday: “Organization for a large turnout among young people who join him in large numbers since targeted by Egyptian military forces, which was banned for two years”.
Tru said the group, which was established since 87 عاماً، نقلت مقرها الرئيس إلى بريطانيا، بعد سجن معظم قادتها الكبار واعتقال الآلاف من أتباعها في مصر بعد ما وصفته بـ”Military coup” Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
The Egyptian authorities classified the coup, Brotherhood “Terrorist group” Campaign and responsibility for the significant increase in attacks on security forces.
The newspaper pointed out that in Britain, where now the media office of the Muslim Brotherhood and their websites, the group has been banned or severely determine their activities when they appear later this month, results of the investigation ordered by British Prime Minister David Cameron on them”.
In an interview conducted with Tru leading man in the organization, Ahmed said that from Alexandria “about 70 Percent of the active members are under the age of 30 “.
She explained Tru, that Ahmed, an engineer, risking his life for belonging to the banned Muslim Brotherhood to confirm that they represent “The largest opposition force against the regime”.
For his part, Omar rider, leadership organization, said “Muslim Brotherhood founded since 80 Years, and he was able to survive during the difficult days and in reference to the campaign waged by the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser them.”